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Clint Daniels

Clint Daniels was created in Panama Town, FL, about August 24 in 1974. He was raised in Lynn Haven, a suburb of Panama Town, where he discovered to trip horses. His dad was a painter and performed acoustic guitar, and his mom worked in the home. Recalling those early years, …

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Shaggy 2 Dope

One-half from the rock-rap staff the Insane Clown Posse, rapper/wrestler/label owner Shaggy 2 Dope was created Joseph William Utsler in his dearest Detroit. Alternatively referred to as Stanky Twickle Puss or Sugary Candy Nuts, he’s component owner of Psychopathic Information, the label which has released the majority of ICP’s albums …

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Frank Assunto

The Italian community in New Orleans continues to be the source of several active musicians, as well as the name from the Assunto family will undoubtedly arise from any tally. Between the siblings of trumpeter Frank Assunto had been a set of sisters who shined on piano and woodwinds, and …

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Flash

After Peter Banking institutions found himself replaced in Yes by Steve Howe, he set his sights on developing a new band. That music group was Display. The group shaped in 1971 when Banking institutions recruited longtime associate Ray Bennett (Weapon) alongside Colin Carter (Pete Bardens’ Camel) and Mike Hough. First …

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Bedlam

Bedlam (originally referred to as Beast when it formed in 1972) was a Uk hard rock-band featuring vocalist Frank Aiello (from Truth), guitarist Dave Ball (from Procol Harum), bassist Dennis Ball (formerly with Long John Baldry), and drummer Cozy Powell (formerly with Jeff Beck). They produced one self-titled record made …

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Leah Andreone

Blessed and raised in NORTH PARK, CA, Leah Andreone began her music profession early (in age eight), singing with her older sisters’ music group. By age 13 Andreone was composing advertisements and jingles, which led her to begin with penning her very own original music. After dropping away from college, …

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Joe Deninzon

Blessed in St. Petersburg, Russia but elevated in Cleveland, OH, Joe Deninzon can be an unorthodox jazz-rock violinist whose affects range between Jean-Luc Ponty and Stephane Grappelli to Jimi Hendrix, Steve Vai and Jeff Beck. Deninzon could be intimate and lyrical, but on a few of his harder, even more …

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The First Class

Ideal remembered for the smash “Seaside Baby,” ’70s pop group HIGH GRADE was the studio room creation of Uk singer/songwriter John Carter, who had previously appreciated achievement with Ken Lewis beneath the guises from the Flowerpot Guys, Carter-Lewis & the Southerners, as well as the Ivy Group. For “Seaside Baby” …

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Eastern Rebellion

First shaped in 1974 and ongoing with an irregular basis since, Eastern Rebellion is really a cooperative group with pianist Cedar Walton the very first among equals. The band’s unique lineup was Walton, bassist Sam Jones, drummer Billy Higgins, and tenor saxophonist Clifford Jordan. By 1975 and their first formal …

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Classics IV

Anyone who does not have a definite picture of the Classics IV could be forgiven — they experienced a lot of shifts in staff and audio (not forgetting a name switch after they’d started saving), these were little more when compared to a name mounted on some excellent (and incredibly …

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